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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian
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Hollywood, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 13, 1970)-v. 13, no. 22 (Oct. 28, 1983).
Numbering Peculiarities:
Numbering in masthead and publisher's statements conflict: Dec. 24, 1971 called no. 3 in masthead and no. 4 in publisher's statement; July 21, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Aug. 3, 1972 called no. 19 in masthead and no. 18 in publisher's statement; Feb. 2, 1972 called no. 2 in masthead and no. 3 in publisher's statement; Apr. 26, 1974 called no. 9 in masthead and no. 8 in publisher's statement; Aug. 2, 1974 called no. 5 in masthead and no. 15 in publisher's statement.
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for Aug. 4, 1972 called also v. 2, no. 19, and May 10, 1974 called also v. 4, no. 9, repeating numbering of previous issues.

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\sover Message trom federation tresiaem
,LEWIS E.COHN
Jent, Jewish Federation
[of South Broward
iery year since our fore-
[chose freedom over bon-
j establish a holy convoca-
|(i-d and Peoplehood, free
Jews everywhere have celebrated
Passover with joy and thanks-
giving.
We have celebrated for our-
selves and for those of our broth-
ers who cannot, dare not, openly
rejoice those Jews who are de-
nied their birthright.
FREE TO be ourselves, to be
Jews, there is joy tinged with
sorrow, and determination in our
hearts to work for the liberty of
every Jew still denied freedom.
The network of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds, rooted
in social justice, strives to elimi-
nate inequality, poverty and dis-
crimination wherever they exist.
The message of the first Pass-
over has never left us. The tradi-
tions of Judaism are meaningful-
ly translated for young and old
for all members of the Jewish
community through such acti-
vities as Jewish education, family
life and community service
programs.
IN RESPONSE to the teach-
ings of our fathers, we have pio-
Continued on Page 15 A
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Number 8
Hollywood, Florida -Friday, April21,1978 fredk.shochet- Friday, April21, Wt Pnce35 Cents
[srael Admits it Used
luster Bombs in Lebanon
CL AVIV (JTA) The Israeli Army officially ad-
early this week that it used cluster bombs in south
|m, but stressed it was done only after Israeli settlements
idled.
(FOLLOWING pressure from reporters, the Army
im.'in issued a statement saying, "In a number of cases,
and Katyusha fire on Israeli settlements in the north
|ued without interruption.
Vgainst these artillery units and nearby field positions
Iraeli defense force used cluster bombs." He gave no
details.
State Department said Saturday that Israel had
d restrictions on the use of the cluster bomb.
leanwhile, Israel has apologized to the United States for
lying the American-made anti-personnel weapon. Defense
(ter Ezer Weizman met with the U.S. Ambassador Samuel
and they reportedly discussed that issue, as well as
is plan for withdrawal of its forces from South Lebanon.
lAA Manual Presented to Kaye
Planning, Budget, Administrative and Allocations Manual
presented to Sumner G. Kaye, executive director of the
ih Federation of South Broward (left), by Abe Halpern,
[was the originator of the PBAA concept. The overall
[A chairmen will be Moses Hornstein and Dr. Norman At-
fo-chairman. Serving as the subcommittee leaders are Dr.
[ Meline, chairman; and Mark Fried, co-chairman of plan-
Allen Gordon, chairman and Jo Ann Katz, co-chairman of
let and administrative; and Paul Koenig, chairman and
Brizel, co-chairman of allocations.
Weizman Off To Egypt Again
in?
)RUSALEM Israel
Egypt are engaged in
Ind the scenes prep-
lions for a return trip to
\o by Defense Minister
Weizman who met
President Anwar
it two weeks ago.
|ut so far no date has
announced and both
emments seem to be
Jim* each other's inten-
tions to determine whether
there are, indeed, good
prospects for substantial
progress if direct negotia-
tions are resumed.
ALTHOUGH Weizman made
no progress in his meeting with
Sadat toward breaking the
impasse in negotiations, the fact
that the Egyptian leader invited
him to return raised hopes that
there was "still something to talk
about."
Levin Announces Mission Details
The Jewish Federation of
South Broward has completed
plans for the 1978 South Broward
Community Mission to Israel,
according to Mission Chairman
Dr. Phil Levin.
The mission is scheduled for
Sept. 7-18. Explaining the differ-
ence between a mission and a
tour to Israel, Dr. Levin declared,
"A mission gives you much
more: discovery, revelation, and
a sense of self. It is a unique op-
portunity to discover a people, a
land; the State of Israel."
THE MISSION is open to all
members of the South Broward
community.
The cost of the South Broward
Mission is $750 per person, round
trip from New York. First-time
mission participants will be
asked to make a minimum $1,500
contribution to the Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund ($1,200 family
gift and $300 women's division
gift). Repeat mission participants
will be asked to make a $2,500
minimum contribution to the
CJA-IEF ($2,000 family gift and
$500 women's division gift).
The itinerary includes stops in
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Ti-
berias.
For complete information and
reservations, contact the Jewish
Federation of South Broward.

Old Passion Play Script, After All
BONN (JTA) The newly -
elected Town Council of Oberam-
mergau, West Germany, intends
to present is famous Passion Play
in 1980 based on a much-criti-
cized anti-Semitic text that has
been produced for more than a
century, despite a decision by the
previous Council last February to
proceed with plans for a different
version.
This follows an election last
month in which the play was the
central issue. Supporters of the
existing text were elected by a
majority of 12 to 6 seats with 75
percent of the votes.
MAYOR Ernst Zwink said in a
newspaper interview that the
Council would "not allow itself to
be dictated to from outside" and
would 'reverse the February
decision at all costs."
However, the Council is still
being opposed by a group of
about 400 supporters of the other
script written in 1750 by a
Benedictine monk, Ferdinand
Rosner. The text the new Council
plans to use was written in 1860
!>y a priest named Joseph Alois
Daisenberger which blames the
Irwin S. Field Named United Jewish
Appeal General Chairman for 1979
Irwin S. Field of I,os Angeles
has been elected general chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
for the 1979 Campaign.
Field follows Leonard It.
Strelitz of Norfolk, Va., the
present general chairman. At the
age of 43, Field is the youngest
general chairman selected in UJ A
history.
IN announcing Field's election.
Frank H. Lautenberg. UJA
president, said, "It is with great
pride that the Board of Directors
elected Irwin Field to UJA's
highest campaign leadership
position. He brings with him 15
years of communal and national
UJA Federation leadership
experience, including chairman-
ship of two of Los Angeles' most
outstanding campaigns. "
In describing the tasks con-
fronting Field. Lautenberg
added, "The 1979 campaign will
be an historic one: a year of cele-
bration of Israel's 30th year of
independence and UJA's 40th
anniversary."
Field is president of the
Liberty Vegetable Oil Company
of Santa Fe Springs, Calif., and
the New Mexico Paint Manufac-
turing Corporation of
Albuquerque.
CURRENTLY a UJA national
officer, Field was a founding
member and officer of the UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet.
He is on the National Council
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, and on the Board of
Directors of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
as well as the American Assoc-
iation for Jewish Education, the
North American Jewish Students
Union, and Brandeis Camp
Institute.
A graduate of UCLA in 1957.
he was awarded an MBA from
the same university in 1960.
Born in Detroit, he is married to
the former Joanna Sinaiko and
has two children.
lewish people for the death of
Jesus.
The Rosner script maintains
that all mankind was responsible.
The pro-Rosner group, which
includes the play's director, Hans
Schwaighofer, and most of the
leading players previously chosen
to appear in 1980, is determined
to press ahead with its aim of
reforming the play by then.
MEANWHILE, in a television
interview here, Rabbi Marc
Tanenbaum, director of the
Department of Religious Affairs
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee, warned that not only
Jews but millions of American
Christians would vote with their
|aet" by boycotting Oberammer-
nu should it go ahead with
Daisenberger text.
Such a decision by Oberam-
mergau would also be "a signal to
the world that the Federal
German Republic is not in a
position to defeat the dark
powers the ultra-conservatives
and reactionaries who seek a
return to traditions of the Middle
Ages," he added.
Elaine Pittell Attends Soviet Jewry
Leadership Gathering with Senators
Sens. Jackson, Stone. Dole
and Baker, to name a few,
were the highlights of the
Leadership Conference of the
National Conference on So-
viet Jewry, announced
Elaine Pittell, chairman of
the Soviet Jewry Committee
of the Jewish Federation of
South Broward. who attend-
ed the meetings.
"It was truly an inspira-
tion to see the support of the
congressmen to the Soviet
Jewry cause." declared Mrs.
Pittell.
MRS. PITTELL partici-
pated as a panelist in the
workshop session '' Develop-
ing New Leadership."
Other panelists joining her
for the session were Margy-
Ruth Davis, Greater New
York Conference on Soviet
Jewry; Dean Peter Liacour-
as. Temple University Law
School; and James O'Neill,
corporate attorney. ________
Elaine Pittell
Included in the conference
agenda was a vigil at the So-
viet Embassy, a Capitol Hill
reception hosted by Con-
gressional Wives for Soviet
Jewry, and a plenary session
with Simcha Dinitz, ambas-
sador of Israel to the United
States.




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mately 3200 years ago.a new era in
human history was begun.
On that date.the right and
supremacy of human freedom was
reaffirmed to the peoples of the world.
The Jews.under the leadership of
Moses.put an end to 400 years of slav-
ery imposed upon them by the ancient
Egyptians.
Passover is the Festival that com-
memorateslhat remarkable event.lt
marks the birth of the Jews as a free
people.lt is the reassertion of Jewish
belief that freedom and dignity are
inalienable human rights.That no one,
be he king.dictator or private citizen
has a mandate to oppress or enslave an-
other human being.This commitment
to freedom as expressed by the Passover
is central to the thoughts and ideals
which have become the foundation of
western civilization.
It is the Ethic upon which Abra-
ham Lincoln based the Emancipation
Proclamation issued more than 30
centuries after the Exodus from Egypt
H??the faith and mora,ity forged
from the experience of Egyptian
enslavement and redemption
But the story told in the Hagad-
dah speaks not just to Jews.but to all
people who love freedom and who are
willing to make sacrifices to keep it
rPSni I'5 Vtory- t-hat "twngthens our
resoh e as free citizens of a great nation
to stand together and help oK who
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to reassert then- destiny to be free
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ORT School Dedicated in New York
oward region of Worn-
tican ORT celebrated
Vtion of the enw Bram-
Training Center in New
at its region meeting
lerbert Wormser, region
, said that the ceremony
j>rtant leaders and edu-
f(. understand the vital
i uniqueness of the first
school in the United
BRAMSON ORT
Center will be dedicated
i Gould, national execu-
fctor and executive vice
of Women's American
I man who first perceived
lul demand for an ORT
In in I ORT services in the
(community," she said.
ramson ORT Training
ne of 700 ORT yocation-
Ig schools on five conti-
ine first ORT institution
jited States designed to
chnical education for
lunity.
nter conducts post-sec-
^rograms in electronics
and business admin-
All programs are job-
nd the school maintains
Dg admissions program,
[students to begin their
; any time of the year.
(SON ALSO utilizes a
learning approach.
hod permits each stu-
sign his course of study
Is needs and career goals
fogress at his own pace.
is Jewish in its spirit,
Bre and programming. It
he Jewish calendar, ob-
Iwish holidays and offers
|nt courses in Jewish
IWormser stated, "The
B ramson ORT Training Center
represents and incorporates the
expertise and know-how of the
ORT vocational network, gath-
ered over a century of worldwide
operations.
"It is our hope that this dyna-
mic institution will serve as both
model and inspiration for similar
Israel Teens Trip
Departs July 5
The second annual Teen Ad-
venture in Israel will be held this
summer, under the sponsorship
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South FLorida.
Open to all entering 9th, 10th
and 11th graders, the 40-day trip
to Israel will include touring,
camping, weekends spent in
homes of Israeli citizens, and
participation in Gadna, Israel's
basic coed military training pro-
gram for teens. The date of
departure is July 5.
IN ADDITION to medical cer-
tification of good health, all pros-
pective participants in this pro-
gram must have a personal inter-
view at the JCC.
The JCC staff tour leader for
the second year in a row will be
Larry Herring, supervisor of
youth and adult services at the
Michael-Ann Russell Jewish
Community Center in North Mi-
ami Beach. He has toured and
studied in Israel and traveled ex-
tensively throughout Europe and
Africa.
Additional information about
the program can be obtained by
calling Larry Herring. The tour is
sponsored in cooperation with the
Israel Youth Programs Office of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
==Passover Greetings =====
ISRAEL
4 WEEK LEISURE TOUR
j ENJOY A RELAXED, 4 WEEK HOLIDAY AT A SEASIDE
lESOHT SPECIALLY PLANNED FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
INCLUDES: Round Trip Air
Beautiful 4 Star Hotel Two Meals Daily
8 Day Full Sightseeing Program Taxes t Tips
Social t Recreational Activities
I9'R |)cp.irl\iri", V .
pptembei Oc lober November
$1575.00 per person (Double Occupancy)
FOB DETAILS CALL COLLECT
MASSADA LEISURE TOURS
(305) 458-8700
TRAVEL AGENT INQUIRIES INVITED
Marine Supplies HareWe & Paint, Inc.
Heasewares t Grfti HeatoDeeor
Potio 1 Dinette Fomtare Roth Close: Shop
BEADED WINDOWS ROOM DIVIDERS
WINDOW SHADES ARTIFICIAL FIOWERS
DRAPE RY RODS Fotl AG
WAUPAPER PLANTS
Y LOCK WORK PAIIO FURNITURE
Store Hers: 7:30 a.m.-* p.". Closed Sunday
100 East Roach Roatevard
Florida 3300f _______
45*054*
schools throughout the country.
America needs quality education,
with an emphasis on rejuvenated
vocational education. The Bram-
son ORT Training Center points
the way toward possible solu-
tions to what we have come to
call the education crisis' in this
country.'*
MRS. WORMSER said, The
Bramson ORT Training Center
will meet the needs of recent high
school graduates looking for pro-
fessional careers but unsure
about which one; college stu-
dents dissatisfied with studies
that don't lead to career goals;
college graduates with no mar-
ketable skills; unemployed per-
sons looking for retraining and
persons returning to the job mar-
ket after an absence."
UJA-CJF Women Sponsor
Program at WhartonSchool

1 larnett BanK Barnett Bank of Hollywood
r Street at 19th Avenue Phone: 925-8200
Dr. Irvvin Travis (left) pre-
sented Dr. Leonard Yaffe
(right) with the honoree
plaque at the Galahad West.
Dr. Yaffe accepted the award
on behalf of his sister and
brother-in-law, Ethel and Leo
Klauber. Due to the ill health
of Mr. Klauber, they were not
able to be present at the Jew-
ish Federation of South Brow-
ard's CJA-IEF brunch. The
Jewish Federation of South
Broward offers condolences to
the Klauber family on the loss
of Leo, who passed away
shortly after the Galahad
.event.
In a unique joint venture in so-
licitor training for upgrading
fundraising effectiveness, the
National Women's Divisions of
the United Jewish Appeal and
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions, funded in part by the Jew-
ish Federation of South Brow-
ard's Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund, have
conducted their first program at
the Wharton Entrepreneurial
Center at the University of Penn-
sylvania.
Joyce Newman was one of 28
women leaders in UJA / Federa-
tion campaigns throughout the
country participating in the pro-
gram, held March 19-22.
"JEWISH NEED is a fact, but
the techniques of communicating
it have become increasingly so-
phisticated," Mrs. Newman said.
"By developing this program,
which combines a conceptual,
university-level approach to cam-
paign with the unique responses
of women, UJA and CJF have
succeeded in training a core
group of women who are now
qualified in teaching others to
train solicitors on the regional
and community levels.
"The success of this coopera-
tive venture underscores the im-
portance of pooling talents and
resources to build the strongest
possible American Jewish com-
munity," Mrs. Newman said. "It
also demonstrates that American
Jewish women place an equal em-
phasis on local and international
needs and respond to the totality
of Jewish concerns with equal de-
termination and commitment."
During the three-day sympo-
sium, members of the Wharton
faculty conducted seminars on
aspects of the topic, "The Dyna-
mic Components of Successful
Solicitation," emphasizing man-
agement and marketing skills,
psychological preparedness and
communication techniques.
The program included labor-
atory sessions and role playing as
tools for analyzing the skills that
comprise a successful fundraising
experience.
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Religious Goods, Gifts,
Books & Records,
Happy Passover
1507 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
532-5912
Marion Salter
and
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4525 Sheridan St Hollywood, fin
Phone 961 6998
Personol Service Book Store
Our Officers, pirectors & jStaff
wish you and yours a very happy
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The
Jewish Floridian and Shofarof Greater Hollywood
Frid.y
A Special Prayer
The first Passover set the mood of hope for a people
whose destiny it was to develop a religion, a culture, a way
of life that has endured these thousands of years because
its essence has been freedom.
In every Jewish home, and in public observances
which have developed in recent years, the ancient story
with its message for all mankind will be told again this
Passover, and it will be as meaningful in 1978 as it was on
the journey to the Promised Land.
The establishment of the State of Israel 30 years ago
has not meant the end of the millennial Jewish quest. As
in every generation, in this we are engaged in the struggle
for the freedom of Jews in the Soviet Union. This year, as
we observe the Seder, we will add to it a special prayer for
those brave people fighting to keep alive our ancient her-
itage which gives them the insight and courage to contin-
ue their struggle.
Striking the Foe Again
But even if it is as effective in its sphere as was the
television production of Alex Haley's Roots in the cause of
the Negro martyrdom, what inevitably we must deal with
is the good-will of the American people to open their
hearts, their intelligence and. ultimately, their sensibility
to the horror of the Hitlerian nightmare and to determine
that it shall never happen again, neither among us nor
anywhere else in the world.
To jog the people's memory is the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising, the first and one of the most potent counter-
attacks to the German juggernaut in the early war years.
In Warsaw, the Jewish community unmasked the greatest
of the anti-Semitic lies: that Jews are not fighters.
In Warsaw, the Jews struck the foe and died to a
man, woman and child in the cause of all humanity. If, as
part of its four-part series, Holocaust tells this story of
Jewish heroism well, tells it at least as well as it tells the
story of the Jewish martyrdom, then the production will
do its job as educator at a time when education is so sorely
needed to strike the foe once again.
Problem--Not a Solution
The misguided group of people who call themselves
the Jewish Committee of Concern will harm the cause of
Israel, not help it. if they go through with their announced
plans of harassing Egyptian diplomats in this country.
The stated purpose of this New York-based group is to
disrupt American-Egyptian relations.
American Jews are rightly concerned by what they
see as a tilt by the United States in favor of Egypt in the
current Israeli-Egyptian peace negotiations. But even in
the unlikely event that this irresponsible group could
cause a break in U.S.-Cair'o relations, how would this help
Israel? Every person really interested in the future and
security of Israel knows it would, instead, do more harm
to the cause of peace which is what we all want for Israel.
Rabbi Alexander Schindler. chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major American Jewish
Organizations, denounced the plans by the Jewish Com-
mittee of Concern by also pointing out that it will not
advance the cause of peace. Wreckers of the peace are not
welcome, whether they wear sheets of Stars of David."
For this is actually what these groups are. wreckers of
peace.
Police on Terrorist Watch
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel police and army units went
on an alert late Sunday night and launched precautionary
measures following reports that armed terrorists landed on a
southern beach in Israel. The reports could not be immediately
confirmed. *
According to the reports, between seven and 10 Palestinian
terrorists landed near Rishon le Zion and hijacked a truck which
then appeared to have headed south in the direction of the Gaza
Strip.
THE REPORTS also said that a girl, not immediately
identified, was killed in the hi-jack and that four people were
taken hostage. The reports, based on police and military
sources, said that units of the civil guard were placed on alert
and special warnings were flashed to hotels in the area.
Jewish Floridian
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Calendar
MAY! TUESDAY
Sabra Scopui Group of Hollywood
Hadessah. board meeting. 45 a.m.
Washington Fedtral Savings Bank
450 N Park Road. Hollywood Call
961-0888
, MONDAY
Hollywood Chapter of HUlcreet Hades
tab meeting and lnstallaUon of offl
cers. noon. Hlllcrest Playdlum. Hill-
crest Drive. Hollywood Call 9*J-0Se
THURSDAY
Beth Shalom Temple. Hablmah Play
ers musical to benefit Jill Anne Cop
lln Memorial Wing. 7 JO p.m.. Grand
Ballroom. 1400 N th Ave Call 8-
8186
,3 SATURDAY
Mlramar Chapter. Pioneer Women,
regular meeting. 12:30 p.m.. Mlramar
Recreation Center. 8T00 Mlramar
Parkway. Mlramar Call 98B-T8T0 or
88 9-4240.
Friends for Life. South Broward. West-
ern Jamboree of Friends for Ufe. 5 30
p.m.. Simons Estate. Judge and Mrs
J. Simons. 5530 Hancock Road. Fort
Lauderdale
M
TUESDAY
South Florida Council of Pioneer Wom-
en. Council brunch, noon. Council of-
fice. (05 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Call 989-7870 or 988-4240
Hallmark Chapter of Hadaasah. Instal-
lation of new officers, entertainment,
refreshments, noon. Great Hall. The
Hallmark. 3800 S Ocean Drive. Holly-
wood Call 456-7767
17
WEDNESDAY
Temple Solel Sisterhood, donor lunch-
eon, show, Don't Oet Smart With an
Angrl. starring Cesar Romero. 11 30
a m Showtime Dinner Theater. 1-95
at Cypress Creek Road West. Fort
Lauderdale Call 966-7862 or 961-8969
II
THURSDAY
Sabra Scopus Group. Hollywood Hadaa-
sah, general membership meeting,
7 30 pm Temple Solel. 5100 Sheridan
St.. Hollywood. Call 961-0889
21 SUNDAY
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|pril21, 1978
far of Greater Holly wooc
iher for Passover Foods Must
;t Two Criteria, Rabbis Warn
bbinic Board of Brow-
irSupervision (Browrad
JakashrutI reminds the
immunity of South Flo-
the observance of the
dietary laws requires
are many packaged
t are kosher for Pass-
they meet two criteria:
Bt be specifically marked
fir Passover, and must
(seal of endorsement of a
] rabbinic body such as
land K. Products which
Ir for use all year are not
Jly kosher for Passover.
_ ARE local food pre-
hose products are kosher
est of the year, but may
kosher for Passover.
be certain that all pre-
pared foods are kosher for Pass-
over. Local bakeries that are ko-
sher for the rest of the year are
not kosher for Passover. The
terms "Holiday Baked Goods"
and "Passover Goods" are mis-
leading and do not indicate that
those products are kosher for
Passover.
For answers to kashrut ques-
tions, contact your local rabbi.
upport the 1978
Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund...
Jewish Federation
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I Begin Maligned
AMSTERDAM Posters
with a picture of Israel Prime
Minister Menachem Begin and
the words, "Begin, murderer,"
have appeared on walls in
Amsterdam. They are signed,
"Red Resistance Front," which is
an extreme leftwing group which
maintains close relations with the
Baader Meinhof group.
Central figures in it are Adrian
and Ciska Eeken, who were also
instrumental in sending Ludwina
Janssen on an espionage mission
to Israel a year and a half ago
after she had received military
training in a PFLP camp in south
Yemen.
Ludwina Janssen has mean-
while been sentenced to six years
imprisonment by a Tel Aviv
court.
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dignity and hope that is their birthright.
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The Jeuish Fhridian and Snofor of Greater Hollywood
_!*>.<
Tfdni ourjamiljr
to youtg
A truly
Joyous Passover
May this most
festive of holidays
be celebrated
in peace and
good health


ipril 21, 1978
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Fi
"fcy.
Jets for Saudi Arabia Spells Danger to Israel
EDITORS NOTE: Following is
statement to the United States
Senate, recently delivered by
Sen. Richard Stone (I).. Fla.i.
chairman of the Foreign Rela-
tions subcommittee on Near
Eastern and South Asian Affairs,
on the proposed sale of F 15s and
F5s to Saudi Arabia and Egypt,
linked with a promised sale to
Israel.
By SEN. RICHARD STONE
WASHINGTON The in
formal notification of sale of arms
to Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Is-
rael has been sent by the Carter
Administration to the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee,
and it is expected that full com-
mittee hearings will be held on
this issue.
It is, therefore, timely to con-
sider some of the questions raised
by this arms sale.. President Car-
ter has told us that it is safe to
supply F15 airplanes to Saudi
Arabia, as called for in this deal,
because Saudi Arabia has never
fought against Israel.
SAUDI ARABIA. The Pres-
ident tells us, wants weapons to
defend itself from more radical
foes nearby, and to protect its oil
fields. I sympathize with these
defensive Saudi needs, and be-
lieve that meeting them is in the
national interest of the United
States.
The problem is, this explana-
tion from the President doesn't
seem to square with the facts
we're getting from other sources.
In light of this and in light of our
past policy of arms sales to the
Middle East, this proposed sale
seems illogical.
For example: Has President
Carter been told by the Pentagon
or his advisers that the Saudis
are building an air base near Is-
rael, with United States help and
United States workers? Accord-
ing to reports from Foreign Rela-
tions Committee staff members,
this air base at Tabuk. Saudi
Arabia, is becoming more offen-
sive in nature than defensive.
IT IS less than 100 miles from
Eilat, Israel's chief port. Yet it is
more than 800 miles from Saudi
Arabia's closest oil fields. In
turn, those principal oil fields are
far out of the effective range of
Israeli weapons.
What are the facts about this
Saudi military installation? What
has the Congress been told?
What has the President been
told? How does this installation
affect the arms sales proposals
now pending before us?
As I understand it. U.S. policy
toward selling arms to Arab
states in the Middle East has
long dictated that such arms be
positioned and used only defen
sively, not offensively. When
U.S. HAWK missiles were sold
to Jordan in 1975, this require-
ment was spelled out explicitly.
BUT WHEN HAWK missiles
were supplied to Saudi Arabia,
the Pentagon told us they were to
be used defensively, to protect
Saudi Arabia's valuable oil fields.
So no one thought to impose
these obligations on Saudi
Arabia.
Now we have learned from
good sources that, in fact.
HAWK missiles are positioned at
Tabuk right next to Israel. What
are they doing there and not
around the oil fields?
(It) also has long been U.S. poli-
cy not to sell weapons to states
that might use them to threaten
Israel. But the HA WKs poised in
Tabuk may cover Israeli air-
space. Have our military experts
advised the President of this0
THIS INFORMATION, as
suming it is accurate, raises
troubling questions. Why is Sau-
di Arabia building, with United
States assistance, a major air
base at Tabuk. far from its main
oil fields0 Why is the United
States supplying HAWK anti-
aircraft missiles for Tabuk? What
is the defensive need for Tabuk
and. on the other hand, what are
its offensive capabilities?
Does this situation at Tabuk
increase the offensive risk of sel-
lingr'15 aircraft to Saudi Arabia?
The United States has never
supplied offensive airplanes or
missiles to confront Israel. But
we appear to be doing that just
now. right when we have the first
opportunity in decades for peace.
What's going on here? Why this
illogical step, which seems to be
more an inducement to the threat
of war than to a chance for peace?
IN MY view, the President is
being misadvised, and the infor-
mation being given to those of us
in the Congress doesn't jive with
the information coming from
some "experts" in the Adminis-
tration.
At a time when all moderate
parties are reaching toward
peace, it is paradoxical that eith-
er through insufficient informa-
tion or faulty briefings, the Pres-
ident and the Congress might be
led to make an ill-advised deci-
sion about these arms sales.
The issue of the HAWK mis-
siles stationed at Tabuk is not,
unfortunately, the only example
of conflicting information on
these issues. President Carter
was led to state in Rangor,
Maine, on Feb. 18 that Saudi
armed forces have never partici-
pated actively in fighting against
Israel. That, he implied, proved
there is little risk in selling her
modern aircraft
BUT THIS doesn't quite add
up. There were widely circulated
and undenied press reports that.
in fact. Saudi Arabia did send a
brigade of soldiers to the Golan
Heights to fight Israel in the
1973 war and they remained until
1976.
However, the more important
question is: why should the Uni-
ted States assist, or possibly in-
duce. Saudi Arabia to mount an
offensive risk to Israel now,
through the HAWK missiles sta-
tioned at Tabuk and the F16s? If
Saudi Arabia has not in the past
been deemed a substantial offen-
sive threat to israel. why should
the United States upset that con-
cept now?
This third situation concerns
the sale of F5 airplanes to Saudi
Arabia. As a result of a Depart-
ment of Defense study in 1974. an
agreement was reached to pro-
vide Saudi Arabia with F6 fighter
aircraft.
THIS AGREEMENT was
made prior to enactment of the
Nelson Amendment (section 36b)
to the Arms Export Control Act,
which provides tor Congressional
disapproval of arms sales over
$25 million in value.
The F5 generally is used as an
excellent defensive aircraft.
However, the Pentago sold Saudi
Arabia F5s that were ModMhd to
be capable of carrying sophisti-
cated offensive weapons.
Congress was not informed by
the Pentagon about the modifica-
tions to the F5s until Saudi Ara-
bia tried (with only partial suc-
cess! to purchase Maverick guid-
ed missile bombs and precision-
ser bombs to be placed on the
modified F5s in 1976 after
the Nelson Amendment had been
enacted. Did the Pentagon tell
the President the planes would be
modified, not standard. F5s?
THAT. THOUGH, is not the
end of the story of the F5s. One of
the most important modifications
that the Pentagon,
lows the P6 to
midair.
.The ability to rehj-.
gives these F5s '
range than the Don,
and only i h. Saudi I
capacity What',,.
United States alrH.t
Saudi ArabmqSJI
the refueling for p
This is all rather,
considering the StsJ
ments arguments in,
the'current proposal I
to Saudi Arabia. Onerf
ments states that BsT
need" the F15s becnJ!
ng F5s lack end
range.
DOES THISr*.,
Pentagon didn't td|,
Department the until
modified F5s? Doeti
don't have good L
about the true ofteniZ
ties of the modified Fiji
in midair and equippedi
and Maverick bombs'
These examples til I
ly on the decision
whether or not to i
"all or none package" i
Egypt. Saudi Arabu i
Again, I have to ask A
ingonhere? Howcui
sound decision whe
even be told all the!
President getting i
mation that the l_
How can we take tan,
being misadvised whau
at stake?
I am certain that |
and many more wi.
thoroughly at the Fa
tions Committee he
appreciate the
raise some of these co_
so that we ran obtain i
these questions in
hearings.
HAVE A SWEET PASSOVER!
With JM's luscious assortment of Barton's candy and baked
goodies, all pareve and kosher for Passover. Some of the
delicious selections include: chocolate and vanilla macaroons
12 oz. package, 2.75; almond kisses coated in chocolate
caramel. 9 oz. tin. 2.98; a mixture of nuts and fruits dipped in
milk and bittersweet chocolate. 12 oz. box, 4.25
Candy, at all jm stores except lauderhill and pompano
Its so much easier to shop w,th a jm credit card
^^^^^^m^^mj^ 9.oo pM
TILL 9:30 P.M.)


ril21, 1978
The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Greater Hollywood
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IfcgBd Teen-aaers
immunity Hospital of South
Iroward Seeks Volunteers
AJ Committee Officers, Board
Members Installed at Annual Dinner
md teen-aged volun-
eing sought by Com-
sspital of South Brow-
brk in various areas of
I facility.
He time of year," ex-
erector of Community
Joan Meyers, "when
js to the North begins.
)itals in the south Flo-
experience the same
if having almost too
lunteers in the winter
enough in the other
CED for teen-agers on
and in the evening is
Hy great, according to
Ms. Meyers. The young people
can transport wheelchair patients
and run the messenger service, in
addition to serving patient trays
and waters and running errands.
Adult volunteers will have the
same responsibilities during the
week, plus a new post being cre-
ated for adult supervision of the
young people. Area residents who
can relate to the youngsters are
invited to call Ms. Meyers.
Volunteer hours are 9 a.m. to 1
p.m., 1 to 5 p.m. and 5 to 8:30
p.m. All volunteers are the guests
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worked, in addition to being in-
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vities.
n Morton Malacsky Announces
to Israel, Departing June 19
on Malavsky, rabbi of political situation by political and
Jpth Shalom, a frequent military leaders.
Israel who has been ho- The tours are filling up. If in-
lsm terested, contact Rabbi Malav-
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The officers and executive
board of directors of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee Broward
Chapter were installed at their
annual dinner and election meet-
ing, held at Pier 66.
Leah Weinstein, nominating
committee chairman, announced
the slate: Joseph Kleiman, pres-
ident; Leah Weinstein, honorary
president: Jesse Fine and Dr.
Sidney Jennes, vice presidents:
Elise Goldman, secretary; and
Dorothy Fine, treasurer.
ALSO INSTALLED were the
executive board of directors:
Judge Morton Abram, Dr. Do-
nald Herman, Isadora Bookbind-
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Lewis E. Cohn, Harold Diamond,
Milton Forman, Jules B. Gordon,
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe, Dr. Rubin
Klein, David Kramer, Joel Klaits,
Sydney Kronish, Seymour Mann,
Commissioner Jack L. Moss,
Barbara Rubin, Rabbi David
Shapiro, Hazel Sharenow, Alfred
Sharenow, Rabbi M. A. Skop,
Theodore Sobo and Sam Wein-
stein.
Keynote speaker for the dinner
was Ira Silverman, director of
special programs for the Amer-
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Broward Hadassah Chapters to Reorganize
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Bernice Tannenbeum. pres-
ident of Hadassah. has an-
nounced that the Florida Region
of Hadassah is to be reorganized
into four regions, with the local
Broward County, including
South Palm Beach, created as the
Florida Mid-Coast Region of Ha-
dassah.
The new region will comprise
the chapters of Bermuda Club-
Herzl. Boca Raton-Aviva. Castle
Gardens-Armon, Deerfield
Beach-Kadimah. Deerfield
Beach-Scopus. Delray-Ben
Gurion. Fort Lauderdale Beach-
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Kavanah. Plantation-L'Chayim,
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Golda Meir. Somerset-Shoshana.
Southwest Broward. Sunrise-
Shalom and West Broward
HELEN Weisberg. past pres-
ident of the Florida Region and
currently organization chair-
woman, has been meeting with
the Broward Hadassah leaders
for the past several months, out-
lining the procedures for the for-
mation of the new region.
A joint statement issued by
the national Hadassah office in
New York and marilyn LeVine.
president of the Florida Region,
declared, in part. A newly or-
ganized Florida Mid Coast Ha-
dassah region will create a more
cohesive relationship among the
12.000 members now enrolled in
Broward County.
"We anticipate there will be
more regional meetings in this
tightly knit area, offering a con-
tinuing exchange of ideas, pro-
grams and inspiration, all of
which will help not only to
strengthen Hadassah locally, but
will reflect upon the whole of
American Hadassah The reor-
ganization is long overdue in
view of the fantastic growth of
the population in Broward
County
Attending all the planning
meetings are representatives of
the various existing chapters:
Jeanette Alman. Myra Boosin
and Ann Cooper of Hallandale;
Esther Cannon and Mary Pavony
of North Broward: Lillian Pack-
er. Ida Cohen and Mollie Lewis of
Southwest Broward: Pearl Gol-
denberg and Hennie Sellner of
Wttt Broward: Helen Kamer.
Sara Munter and Frances Vizen-
thal of Hollywood: and Josephine
Newman and Dori Tarlow of Fort
Lauderdale.
Elections of officers for the new
Florida Mid-Coast region of Ha-
dassah will be held at the annual
conference of the existing Florida
Region, scheduled for April 30,
May 1 and 2 at the Bahia Mar
Hotel in Fort Lauderdale.
INSTALLATION will take
place at the conference banquet
on Monday night, May 1, togeth-
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SBSS? of Greater Holly wood_
High School Senior First AJC Award Recipient
Kimberly Collins, graduating
senior at Hollywood Hills High
School, was selected to be the
first recipient of the Broward
County Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee's student Hu-
man Relations Award.
A plaque and a check for $250
were presented by Estella Mari-
arty, chairman of the Broward
County School Board, at Pier 66
April 9 at the annual dinner of
the AJC.
MS. MARIARTY. along with
William Markham. Broward
County property appraiser, and
Michael Marinelli. president of
Inter-County Construction Corp..
were the judges of this newly
created award.
Leah Weinstein. chairman of
the Award Committee, explained
that the judges were given the
profiles of those students nomi-
nated by their school principals.
with the name of the student and
the school blocked out to insure
fairness in the selection process.
The students were not selected
for scholastic merit but on the
basis of excellence in the area of
human relations. The other nomi-
nees will receive certificates of
merit at the awards assembly of
their respective schools.
Joseph Kleiman. president of
the Broward County Chapter,
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Silent No More
Resolution on Cultural Events
WHEREAS, the Jews of the USSR are being subjected to an
intensified campaign of cultural and spiritual annihilation;
WHEREAS three million Jews are denied the right to practice
their religion in the USSR;
WHEREAS many thousands still await exit visas after un-
dergoing the harrowing process of applying to leave;
WHEREAS the USSR continues to separate families in direct
violation of the 1975 Helsinki Accord which it signed;
WHEREAS Jewish refuseniks" continue to live a life in limbo
with no jobs, no income, no higher education for their children but
rather daily harassment and the constant threat of arrest;
WHEREAS Soviet authorities ahve instituted an intensive and
virulent campaign of anti-Semitism in their press and television:
WHEREAS Jewish Prisoners of Conscience languish in mental
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WHEREAS at this critical time, support of Soviet-American cul-
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American Jewish community to stand in solidarity with the oppressed
Jews of the Soviet Union by examining its conscience before attending
or supporting Soviet cultural or sporting events
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Lillian Packer, president of the
Southwest Broward chapter of
Hadassah. will head a delegation
to the 28th annual conference of
the Florida Region of Hadassah
at the Bahia Mar Hotel in Fort
Lauderdale April 30. May 1 and
2.
Rose Dorfman. national organ-
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the conference, will deliver the
kevnote address a tthe opening
luncheon on Sunday In addition,
president of the region Marilyn
LeVine will give her annual
report.
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Page 15-A
>K AI>S By Abe Halpern
fction: Yean ago, when a Jewish couple
ngaged a contract waa written called Te-
liich waa considered a very important
t. Today this is unheard of. How come?
Sylvia Leder
Hallandale. Flu.
vet: Tenaim (pi.) is a Hebrew word
conditions (modern Israeli pronuncia-
|e Ashkenazi Eastern European Yiddish
ation is Tenoim.
tint is the name for the ceremony, the
Bf the agreement specifying the condi-
the forthcoming marriage called in
shreiben Tenoim and the written doc-
X)RDING TO the authoritative Ency-
Judaica (vol. 11, p. 1026), "In Jewish
r. marriage is the ideal human state and is
a basic social institution, established
It the time of creation."
is no specific mention in the Bible
[marriage ceremony. The Talmud, howev-
pecific provisions about the requirements
jious marriage ceremony.
iing to Jewish custom there are two dis-
Lges to the marriage ceremony. They are
kin (also Kiddushim) or Erusin (also Eru-
^aning betrothal or consecration, and Nis-
i Nissuim), meaning marriage.
{MODI/SHIN ceremony creates a bind-
tionship, whereas the Nissuin ceremony
upon husband and wife full conjugal
and imposes the mutual obligations of
I life.
Kiddushin and the Nissuin are two parts
^rriage ceremony. However, the Talmud
Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law)
| in detail an additional requirement for
This is called Shidduchin, meaning be-
lt is defined as the mutual promise be-
| man and a woman to contract a marriage
future time and the formulation of the
Tenaim on which it shall take place.
i customary, but not generally or necessa-
[for the Tenaim, or conditions of the Shid-
to be reduced to writing whereby such
i would be prescribed as the date and place
[proposed marriage, the financial obliga-
Ithe parties, i.e., the dowry {Nadan in He-
l>e brought by the bride, or the period for
Her father undertakes to provide for the
All such obligations undertaken at the
time of the Shidduchin are valid and binding.
"THOUGH OF secondary importance froml
an Halakhic point of view, the betrothal' (Tena
im) remains a significant ceremony in marriag*
arrangements. According to Elijah ben Solomon
the Gaon of Vilna. a bridegroom, rather than!
break the engagement, should marry and then di
vorce his bride.
"In certain Jewish circles, a marriage is not
contracted with a person who was a party to a
broken engagement.
"After the engagement, bride and bride-
groom would exchange presents, and on Pass-
over, Shavuot and Sukkot, the groom would send
his bride clothing, jewelry and choice fruits. Simi-
larly among Ashkenazi Jews, as Sivlonot (gifts
the groom usually sent the bride clothing or
jewelry, and she reciprocated with a new tallit or a
richly embroidered tallit bag she had made her-
self. At the Ashkenazi Tenaim ceremony, it is
customary to break a plate; the act is parallel to
the crushing of the glass at the wedding cere-
mony.-' (Encyclopaedia Judaica, vol. 2, pp. 754-
757).
THE TENAIM ceremony was observed in
Eastern Europe because the culture, mode of life
and customs were different from those of today.
Marriage arrangements were usually made by the
parents of the bride and groom, often through a
Shadchan (marriage broker). The customs in our
present society have changed to such ah extent
that the Tenaim ceremony is practically nonex-
istent.
It is possible, however, that in strict Ortho-
dox families the Tenaim ceremony as a religious
requirement for marriage is still being observed. I
do not have any evidence to support this point of
view.
If any one of the readers of this column has any
information regarding the Tenaim ceremony be-
ing observed at the present time 1 would appreci-
ate it if you would communicate with me. 1 will
share such information in a future column.
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services, educational, cultural
and welfare programs, reaching
Jews from all walks of life.
Our stand for freedom and so-
cial justice for our people over-
seas is a proud and enduring one.
Israel's people and the thousands
of Jews in other lands who still
struggle to find freedom and op-
portunity in the Jewish State are
our responsibility.
The Jews who remai.i in the
Soviet Union hear our voices
raised in defense of their right to
practice Judaism in all of its fa-
cets, or to find freedom and ful-
fillment in lands of liberty and
opportunity. This Passover, as
many of them are denied even the
symbolic matzoh, they know we
are with them in spirit, con-
science and support in greater
measure than ever before.
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By TRUDE B. FELDMAN
Jeuisli Floridian White House Correspondent
WASHINGTON "The most difficult her-
itage left me by Nasser is hatred."
This revealing comment uttered with a
sigh came from Nasser's successor, Anwar el-
Sadat. The Egyptian President was seeking
words to explain the situation in which he now
finds himself.
"My initiative was built on love," President
Sadat said.
The initiative was his dramatic trip to Jeru-
salem last November. For this peace effort, for-
mer Secretary of State Dr. Henry A. Kissinger re-
commended Sadat for the Nobel Peace Prize.
IN AN EXCLUSIVE interview during his
recent visit to the United States, Sadat also said
he was trying to use the "common heritage and
common faith" he shares with the Israelis to
break the barriers of suspicion and mistrust built
up in the last 30 years in the Middle East.
He said he wants to substitute love, compas-
sion and understanding for past hatred and bit-
terness. "I'm sure I can replace love for hate," he
said. "It has always worked for me, and I hope
the Israeli Government will, in time, recognize
this.
"Before my initiative, and since then, I
thought that I gave the Israelis my true spirit of
love," he said. "But unfortunately, a month
passed, and when we started negotiating, I found
the Israeli position was exactly what could have
taken place without any initiative because, if
we'd have gone to Geneva, they would not have
said anything more than they are telling me now
in the talks."
PRESIDENT SADAT said the Israeli re-
sponse has been the imposition of settlements on
his land and the guarding of those settlements by
the Israeli Army. He characterized the Jewish
settlements in the Sinai as "outrageous and hu-
miliating," adding that "love doesn't mean one
submits his land or sovereignty.
In this interview with Egypt's President Sadat during his recent visit in Washington, the President demonstrates just how he has captured the imagination of a world yearning for peace with an eye on the Arab oil barrel. Talking about 'love, compassion and understanding' and about his view of himself as 'one who lives for peace and would die for principles,' Sadat can, nevertheless, not hide his basic stripes: Of the Holocaust: 'I thought it was being exaggerated for mere propaganda'; of Prime Minister Begin: '[He] says he needs recognition from no one this is an outrageous response'; of Israel's alleged intransigence: 'This is always the way with the Israelis.' As late as Passover, 1978, Israel appears still not to be able to leave Egypt.

"As a good neighbor," he continued, "would you tolerate your neighbor's wanting to occupy a room in your house and telling you he would stay by force?" Asked if he thought Prime Minister Mena-chem Begins statement about keeping the settlements in Sinai is just a negotiating tactic, Sadat said that, at first, he did. "But now," he said, "I don't know. The rejection camp in the Arab world consists of five states out of 21 who have attacked me vehemently and who have accused me of treason. "THIS HAD HAPPENED before the second disengagement agreement, and later, they said they were sorry. Now, one statement from Begin destroyed all we started to build. When he said the settlements should stay in the Sinai and will be defended by the Israeli Army, the rejection camp was ready to take this card and play it. That was tragic." Seated in one corner of a long sofa in Blair House, the Presidential guest home, Sadat often shifted his legs as he spoke. His dark eyes flashed when I asked, "After four wars in the last 30 years, how can Israel put its trust in Arab promises when even other Arabs are opposed to what you're now doing?" "The decision of war or peace comes from Cairo, not from any other Arab capital. Israel 1 knows this," he responded. PRESIDENT SADAT'S open letter to the Jewish community in the Miami Herald on the Sunday prior to his recent visit to Washington was characterized by many as an attempt to di- I vide Americans of the Jewish faith and shake i their support of and loyalty to Israel. Sadat told me that the reaction to the letter troubled him. "I was shocked when I was accused of attempting to make a split between the American Jewish community and Israel. No. This is not my way'' According to Charles Martin, assistant news editor of the Miami Herald, both Egyptian President Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Begin had been invited to write articles on the Middle East last July. "IT TOOK SEVEN months of dogged persistence," Martin recalls. "I would get up at 4 a.m. to call Cairo and Jerusalem. In fact, my voice became so familiar to the operator that one day she called me and offered, I have a free circuit now.' Sometimes, I had phoned eight or nine times in one day." Martin adds that it was a coincidence" that Sadat's reply appeared in the paper just before his arrival in the United States. Continued on Page 2-B


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President Sadat met with a group of Amer-
ican Jewish businessmen while he was in Wash
ington and said he was impressed with their
"warm feelings" toward him. "I didn't come to
the United States to ask anyone to put pressure
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if what some of the American Jews said to me.
they would say to the Israeli Government.
SADAT APPEARED genuinely touched by
the fact that Jerusalem's King David Hotel had
planted a peace forest" of 180 trees in his name.
He even knew that the Hebrew letters, het vud.
denote "life and are used both as letters and nu-
merical symbols equaling 18 Hence, the number
l" and multiples, such as 180. suggest "life" in
Jewish folklore
Recalling his visit to Yad Vashem. the Jeru-
salem Memorial to the Holocaust victims. Sadat
remarked: "I had never thought what had hap-
pened during World War II was that horrible. I
thought it was being exaggerated for mere propa-
ganda But when I visited Yad Vashem and saw
the portrayals and exhibits, I was deeply moved.
When I left Israel, the whole population
hailed me. and at that moment I felt we must
head in the right direction and achieve peace for
those who have suffered this tragedy. The Israelis
yearn for peace.
"AT YAD VASHEM. I saw with my own
eyes how Israelis and Jews everywhere must feel.
That memorial embodies all their suffering. They
are victims of not only war. but of politics and
hatred. 1 was criticized by charlatans of Arab po-
litics for visiting the memorial to the millions
murdered by Hitler. But I purposely went to that
awesome place to prove I'm serious about peace."
President Sadat does not exclude future
meetings with Prime Minister Begin. "Hell be
welcome whenever he chooses to come," he told
me But before another meeting takes place, we
need more common ground to stand on. so that
we don't appear to be bickering before the whole
world.
WHEN I FIRST met Begin in Jerusalem. I
found a common ground, but lately the attitude in
both camps is different. Maybe after Atherton's
(Alfred L. Atherton Jr.. assistant secretary of
state for Mideast affairs) shuttling between us.
things will head in the right direction again."
LeM^'o^Mdiiiapensn,,,^
talked about Prime MinistZ^
what had prompted him to **
step to Jerusalem M*t "As you know. President r.-w L
ten letter to me first inspired th. u 1
Israel Then I went U> RP*J
President Ceaucescu about Be*, u **
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if Begin was genuinely interested^
he was strong enough. After I ZZS1
he is. I went to Jerusalem I JZ?.
Prime Minster Begin is a man S \g
aunding can be reached, that haS
w^andthathew^udisculsio^S';
"I saw in him a strongman*^
his people of his decisions ujfc?'
reading most of his own writinmw/1
him. I studied his strengths and SI'
as a boxer studies his opponent Z|J
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eminent." *N
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years, former Israeli Prime BSSff
Sharett. Eahkol. Meir and SSSSl
recognition of Israel as su* 11
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outrageous response."
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about recent events, he would Wa9
Mjera November. "I f &A
mission and even if it were my *
.dent, Id be happy I did it. becWiE
made a difference and has chang3,'
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when I felt that others, even IkLl
ment, wanted me to declare that 11
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The Jewish Floridian and S ho far of Orea ter Hollywood
Page 3-B
_ with him for a conference of states so
[he could give every guarantee possible to
I HAD EXPECTED to tell Israel at that
Here are the five big powers. Whatever
ntees you need, I'm ready to fulfill.'
fBut, for certain reasons, my initiative
he said. "One reason I revised my
g was that Israel always had asked for di-
gotiations, and I thought that if I brought
; five, it might be construed that I was try-
hide behind them So I preferred to so my-
self, to deal face-to-face with the Israelis and tell
them, 'Lat's bring down the barriers of sus-
picion.' "
He added that to this day, the problem is 70
percent psychological and only 30 percent sub-
stance, and emphasized that it would take only a
few days to reach an agreement if the "spirit of
my initiative would prevail."
COMMENTING ON the political risks in his
peace initiative and the possible results of its fail-
ure he said, "I've chosen my fate, and I'll either
go forward or leave the whole thing for someone
else to deal with. If I'm proved wrong, someone
else will take my place. But at this moment, I
haven't been proved wrong. Hundreds of millions
of people around the world tell me so.
"Even though Israel hasn't received my
'message,' I am not prepared to throw up my
hands in despair. I like the challenge posed for the
search for peace," he explained. "When there is a
challenge, you'll find me in the highest spirits."
SADAT DENIED recent charges that he is
attempting to dictate the peace terms. "This is
alwavs the way with'the Israelis," he said. "Be-
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Jerusalem initiative, they began escalating their
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my land."
I asked President Sadat whether it is neces-
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them to join the negotiations now
'SO LONG AS there is a provision for self-
determination within a certain time. I m ready to
be flexible on this, on one condition that the
Palestinians be included in the agreement, he
said
When asked what three wishes he would like
fulfilled in his lifetime, he replied: One. the sign-
ing of peace; two. the signing of peace; three, the
signing of peace. These are my three wishes
Sadat noted that President Carter and the
United States Government can play a key role in
the realization of these wishes. T asked President
Carter to join the Israeli-Egyptian talks as a
partner, not as a mediator." he added. The U.S.
is the only major power dedicated to playing a
constructive role in the peace process.'
HE POINTED OUT that while Israel has a
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Its, lions, cupboards, plants, fish and
ire Jewish when Naftali Bezem paints
They become actors replaying con-
ry Jewish history in a graphic drama.
! a series of ideal types, each multifaceted
Jly, often shouting pain, glee, anger,
r silent, accepting death.
ch that has been written about the Holo-
this generation can be compared to the
[a mourner sitting shiva: To those who
visit, the mourner speaks about the
yet is unable to understand the loss
[of its closeness.
IILOSOPHERS, historians and poets
it begun to penetrate the vastness of that
I. Verbal explanations attempt to put the
bn God, Christians, Germans, the Pope,
linals, American Jewry or describe the
t>le course of Jewish history leading to the
conclusion of a massive anti-Semitic
^ave heard Elie Wiesel, read Raul Hilberg
en hundreds of monuments, graves and
nds of feet of film. To me, the attempts to
[fail.
the word may not suffice, visual
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same generation.
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Bezem paints the stmrv because he has lived
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ACCORDING TO the prominent French
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"In almost all of his paintings there are faces
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Continued on Page 6-B
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Jewish history in Act Continue symbol of exile u well as of return to the'
Promised Land and of unceasing struggle. "As
poet for whom the sacred is linked to fable,
Bezem claims the privilege of transfiguration.'
Bezem's art is "an invitation to enter a coherent
universe conducive to dreaming, and thus to
experience an ongoing process of meta-
morphosis," Bosquet concludes.
BEZEM'S OWN words have the dreamlike
quality of his paintings:
"I have come to love this slaughtered, silent
fish, so that if by some miracle it grew on me, like
a hand, for example. I would regard it as an
entirely natural anatomic development.
"In complete contrast to the fish comes my
lion. He is alive, and he stands high above the
mass grave of his butchered fish relative.
"The bereaved lion is very human, and he
weeps that he is fated to be the sole survivor and
guardian of his people.
"If a plant can grow from a candlestick and a
boat from a man. then a fish can certainly
blossom from a plant.
"Coming to this unexcavated city in the
desert, the man falls on his face, kissing his
ancient land with the erotic intensity of a young
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about the management of
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circulating for some time in
Israel and the United
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Israeli press reports
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inquiry has been set up by
Frank R. Lautenberg. UJA
president, to investigate
'' mismanagement. *'
SOME OF the press reports,
which claimed to have based their
articles on a "secret report" by
top UJA officials, also claimed
that there were recriminations
among the officials over both the
committee of inquiry and the
purported "charges of serious
mismanagement in the UJA."
Without referring directly to
the Israeli press reports, a joint
statement issued by Leonard R.
Strelitz. UJA general chairman,
and Lautenberg, affirmed that
for more than three years the
UJA "has retained the services of
a Financial consultant to study
the internal operations of the
organization."
The study, according to the
statement, was initiated "to
update management practices
and is designed to improve the
effectiveness and productivity of
UJA in carrying out its annual
national campaigns."
ON THE basis of this study,
the statement continued, "the
consultant has submitted a series
of reports to the officers of UJA
which contain .
for changes and in, ,
technical, rjersonaT-l
operations. A nunC]
mended changw 3
been implernenusl uj
reviewed and studied i
"In the course 0(1,
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methods of
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have now been rcwJ]
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The Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollyivood
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management9 Charge
Continued from Page 6-B
ccurat*.
prig. Lautenberg said.
> deal with "a number
ind charges about the
jit" of UJA which had
Sting "for some time"
and Israel.
krg asserted that
Jerm in office as UJA
lirman, just prior to
recommended "the
if the services of a
jnsultant to take a
at the organization'8
it practices. This pro-
is not instituted in
any charges of mis-
nt" but as an ongoing
Assure the highest level
| responsibility."
autenberg continued,
information in the con-
findings could be
before the Board of
['selected information
cted from them and
[developed about some
UJA management practices,"
thus leading to the "rumors and
charges."
In view of these circumstances,
he said, he appointed a manage-
ment review committee com-
prising Board of Directors
members and UJA chairmen:
Board members who were asked
to serve with Lautenberg are, he
said, Melvin Dubinsky, Max M.
Fisher, Sylvia Hassenfeld. Jerold
C. Hoffberger, Joseph Meyerhoff,
Donald M. Robinson and Paul
Zuckerman. National chairmen
are Joel S. Breslau and Stanley
L. Sloane.
Lautenberg said the review
committee's appointment was
approved by a vote of 17-3 b" the
full Board at its Feb. 15 meeting.
The first article in the Israeli
press appeared in Haaretz two
days later. Since then other
Israeli papers have carried
similar reports.
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ACCORDING to Rabbi Mor-
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department, Alejandro Deutsch,
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